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Here's a quick reminder just how enormous Facebook is Print E-mail
Written by Malek   
Thursday, 30 July 2015 16:02

That's a 100 million bump for Messenger, a 150 million pop for Groups, and a 100 million surge for WhatsApp since Facebook's last update in March. That's three months ago.

 
How America's biggest companies are intimately interconnected Print E-mail
Written by Malek   
Thursday, 30 July 2015 15:55

 

What do Ronald Williams, Jim McNerney, and Kenneth Chenault have in common? 

They are the three most popular board directors at the 30 companies that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average. 

RJ Andrews, who runs the Info We Trust blog, mapped out the board member overlap at DJIA companies.

The research is based on Bloomberg data and includes common board members only. 

 
After living in New York for five years, I recently moved to San Francisco. Neither city is clearly superior, but there are some distinct differences Print E-mail
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Written by Malek   
Monday, 04 May 2015 13:32

 

After living in New York for five years, I recently moved to San Francisco. Neither city is clearly superior, but there are some distinct differences …

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Beirut’s Bright Future As A Tech Hub For MENA, If Its Politicians Will Allow It Print E-mail
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Written by Malek   
Sunday, 05 April 2015 15:18

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As my flight out of Beirut reached cruising altitude, and the seat buckle lights flickered off, I leant back in my chair and wondered if I had, in fact left the country just in time. Admittedly, it wasn’t quite an ‘Argo-esue’ escape from another Middle Eastern country, but labelling a controversial government minister on a conference stage as an “idiot” maybe wasn’t the wisest of moves. Beirut is not a town known for its placid history, after all. Furthermore, my comment had made the front page of the Beirut Daily Star the next day. Perhaps it was just as well that I left the next day.

But the trip was worth it. Beirut is rapidly shaping up to be a powerhouse for startups in the Middle East. It has many of the key elements: a highly entrepreneurial culture; incubators and accelerators; venture capital; some gradually favourable government policy and access to growth funding. The exits and the ‘PayPal mafias’ may be a ways off but its a beginning. In part because it is the most liberal state in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa)region, and has a western-style banking system bequeathed to it by the French a long time ago, Lebanon is uniquely poised to generate startups which aim both at the Arab world and the wider world at large.

 
Here are the salaries of 13 major world leaders Print E-mail
Written by Malek   
Thursday, 19 March 2015 17:17

 
The cloud War - AWS, Azure, Softlayer, Google Print E-mail
Written by Malek   
Thursday, 15 January 2015 17:30

A very interesting chart about the cloud war btw Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM and many others vendors

As a consumer, or company many different options to host your Data and Business

 

 
The 102 Smartest Private Colleges In America Print E-mail
Written by Malek   
Sunday, 21 December 2014 23:23

By: Jonathan Wai and Jenna Goudreau
In order to determine a school's overall smarts, Jonathan Wai, a Duke University Talent Identification Program researcher, analyzed the average standardized test scores that schools report to US News. (Those that did not report scores are not included.) If you're looking for exclusivity, academic excellence, and exposure to the brainiest students in the US, you may want to check out the universities below

 Here are the smartest private colleges in America:

 
Google Voted Best Place to Work in America Print E-mail
Written by Malek   
Friday, 12 December 2014 01:43

 
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